The Wedding Mehendi is very special ceremony for every bride. During this ceremony, the bridal mehendi is applied on the hands and feet of the bride. This usually happens a day or two before the wedding. The Mehendi ceremony has a very special significance. All married women and young girls apply henna on their palms for this occasion.
But the bridal mehendi is different from all others. The name of the groom is written on the bride's palms during the Mehendi. The patterns of henna stretch across till the upper arms of the bride. Henna is also applied on the bride's feet. That is why the Indian bride needs to wear something that keeps her arms free.
Green, red and blue are the colours that are most widely worn at the Mehendi ceremony of the wedding. But lately, off-white and pink are really 'in'. So you can try them this winter. The bridal lehenga is usually red and that is why, the bride-to-be trys to avoid red for the wedding Mehendi. But the only colour forbidden for the Indian bride is black and white in few cases. You are free to experiment with any of the other colours.
Multi-coloured lehengas are a raging fashion trend these days. You can mix and match your choli with the lehenga and choose a duputta of contrasting shades.
To help you pick your Mehendi outfit, here are some of this season's best designs.
Bright Green As The Bride
The perfect Mehendi outfit from Chabra 555 with flashes of bright green, red and violet.
Subtle Pink And Blue
Very subtle shades of pink and blue will allow the focus to be on your mehendi.
THe Bride In White
White is not a traditional colour for Mehendi, but it is a nice winter colour. The new age bride can experiment with all-white outfits.
Red & Blue In Lace
This lehenga with intricate lace work would flatter even the celebrity brides.
Red And White
Red and white is a combination that never goes out of fashion. The velvet finish of this outfit from Shouger Merchant Doshi is its USP.
Green: The Colour Of The Mehendi
A sharara is the bets outfit for the Muslim bride. You can try this mughal design because it back in fashion coutesy Kareena Kapoor.
Shocking And Shimmering Pink
Rani pink is a colour that looks just magnificent on the bride. This single tone lehenga is an unique outfit for your Mehendi ceremony.
The Subdued Bride
If you do not like loud flash of colours, you can go for this subdues bridal lehenga worn by Piggy Chops.
The Bride's Peacock Blue Outfit
This combination of white and peacock blue is just breath-taking. The bikini blouse can be modified as per your taste.
The Bride Is A Princess
On your day as bride, you will be the Princess. This white and pink lehenga will befit a royal princess.